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NC Mahasamiti meeting: Delegates airing views continues

2024 Feb 22, 5:17,

 Members of the Nepali Congress are continuing to express their views and opinion at the party's Mahasamiti (general council) meeting that kicked off on February 19.

On the third day of the meeting held at Sunrise Conference Centre in Godawari of Lalitpur today, discussions are being held in four different halls on the policy proposal of Vice President Purna Bahadur Khadka, organizational proposal of General Secretary Gagan Kumar Thapa, contemporary political proposal of General Secretary Bishwa Prakash Sharma, Spokesperson Dr Prakash Sharan Mahat's report on country's current economic situation, prospects and future direction, audit report of accounts committee coordinator Shyam Ghimire, informed NC publicity department chief Min Bahadur Bishwakarma.

"Mahasamiti members of the Koshi and Sudurpaschim provinces have been divided into Godavari Hall, Bishankhunarayan Hall for Karnali and Madhes provinces, Phulchoki Hall for Bagmati and Gandaki provinces and Lumbini and fraternal and well-wisher organisations and public relations committees at Konjyosom Hall to discuss the report," he said. According to Bishwakarma, the remaining members of the committee will express their views tomorrow as well. "The office-bearers and central members representing the respective provinces in all the four halls are taking the notes of the suggestions of Mahasamiti members," he said.

According to him, the Mahasamiti members have also submitted some suggestions for improvement in all the five reports submitted to the Mahasamiti. A total of 110 Mahasamiti members at Godavari Hall, 95 at Bishankhunarayan Hall, 90 at Phulchoki Hall and 90 at Konjyosom Hall expressed their views during the discussion, according to Bishwakarma.

The members who participated in the Mahasamiti meeting expressed their views on the need for the NC to play an effective role in the implementation of the constitution, abide by the party statute, give authority to strengthen the province structure, play a leadership role to prevent the threat to the republic, activate the party organization and complete the sister and well-wisher organizations, he said.

The Mahasamiti members further said the party should establish linkage with social movement for social justice, emphasize modern agricultural system, emphasize on tourism promotion by protecting the environment, accelerate infrastructure development, make international relations balanced and enable environment for foreign investment.

Among other recommendations were expanding employment opportunities to check brain drain, increasing coordination between the party and the government, taking initiative to stop trade in education and health and devising effective measures against climate change impacts, among others.

"The presidents of all the seven provinces are scheduled to present the issues raised in the group discussion before the delegates. After that, the hall will jointly discuss all those proposals and pass them," said Bishwakarma. He informed that the closing ceremony will be held from 2:30 pm on Thursday.

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